Another fashion week has come and gone, and I can’t be more pleased with the outcome this season. Designers bought the drama the theatrics and beautiful silhouettes. sequins
Love these silhouettes at the Monse Maison show. Monse was inspired by collegiate wear and sports uniforms. Bold colors, stripes, denim
This whole collect was beautifully executed. I enjoyed the sheer silhouettes and the abstract looking bralette. This show was more like an art show than a fashion show, every look was superb.
Laquan Smith brought us back to high school with his presentation. Lots of beautiful plaid pleated skirts, thigh high boots, fishnets & camo sets.
Normally designers would present their SS18 line but Ralph chose the See now, Buy now method. Ralph Lauren always executes classic pieces at all his shows. He debuted his Menswear FW17 collection at his own garage in Bedford, NY. Ralph give us an array of gingham suits, leather biker jackets, jacquard knit sweaters and satin slips.
Cushnie et Ocho
Frida Kahlo was the inspiration behind Cushnie et Och. Lots of slinky slip dresses, corset pieces, and airy silhouettes. Loved these peachy oranges tones.
Always bring us something different to the runway
Oscar de La Renta
Fenty X Puma
Rihanna stole the show with her moto cross fused surfer, athelic gear. Her show was full of leather, cropped pieces, windbreakers, & heels flip flops.
Assembly New York
Naeem Khan is never one for subtlety, and this season was about pumping up the volume even more on his opulent designs.
Lang is beloved for his minimalism, for making luxury items out of everyday staples, for a unisex approach to dressing, and for his fetish-y streak. You can guess which aspect Oliver was interested in. Yes, there was some attractive streamlined tailoring, and yes, again, there was a swanky black parka, and a baby pink one, as well. But what there was in abundance was kink: asymmetric bras and daring peekaboo harnesses, rearless pants suspended from the waistband like garters, leather codpieces, and strappy BDSM gear. Girls and boys both carried or wore patent bags that unzipped to create old-fashioned, hugely oversize brassieres.